13 SHORT DETECTIVE NOVELS Complete and Unabridged

By: Pronzini, Bill &

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13 SHORT DETECTIVE NOVELS Complete and Unabridged by Pronzini, Bill & Malzberg, Barry N. & Greenberg, Martin H. (compiled by)
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New York: Bonanza. Very Good. 1987. First thus.. Hardcover. Collected here for the first time in one volume are 13 complete short detective novels from the masters: RAYMOND CHANDLER - Finger Man, Philip Marlowe is accused of murder and must untangle a complicated web of political corruption to find out who framed him. LESLIE FORD - Death Stops at a Tourist Camp, a young woman makes an unexpected overnight stop at a tourist camp and finds herself the prime suspect in a murder. LESLIE CHARTERIS - The Saint in Palm Springs, Simon Templar accepts a job as bodyguard to a playboy who reports his life has been threatened. PHILIP WYLIE - A Puzzle in Snow, Tony Andrews must prove he was framed for murder, until a likely suspect commits suicide and the police close the case. Unconvinced, Andrews picks up the trail. ERLE STANLEY GARDNER - The Case of the Crimson Kiss, Perry Mason is hired to find out who framed an innocent woman for the murder of her roommate's secret lover. CORNELL WOOLRICH - The Room with Something Wrong, A string of suicides in the same hotel room are too many for coincidence, so the house detective sets out to unearth a murderer. JOHN D. MacDONALD - Murder for Money, An insurance investigator looks into the disappearance of an older man with a younger wife and digs up some surprises. ROBERT VAN GULIK - The Morning of the Monkey, Judge Dee's curiosity about the antics of a wild monkey leads him into a complicated case of murder. GEORGES SIMENON - Maigret's Christmas, On a bleak Christmas morning, Inspector Maigret hears an odd tale about a visit from "Father Christmas" that leads him into a case of murder. STUART PALMER AND CRAIG RICE - Withers and Malone, Brain-Stormers Retired schoolteacher Hildegarde Withers is propelled by ]ohn J. Malone, a slightly shady lawyer, into a case involving forgery, a paternity suit, and murder. ED McBAIN - Death Flight, A bomb, a plane crash, and the death of a rich man's daughter draw private eye Milt Davis into a case that could be his last. BILL PRONZINI - Who's Calling, The "Nameless Detective" investigates a series of obscene phone calls that could be either malicious mischief or a serious threat to his unwilling client's life. Edward D. HOCH - City of Brass, The mysterious Simon Ark solves a tangled case involving unethical scientific experiments, bizarre family secrets, a startling religious phenomenon — and murder. ; 235 x 160mm; 664 pages .

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